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Tye Pemberton

Tye Pemberton is a freelance writer based in Linwood, N.J. He can be reached at tyepemberton@gmail.com.

Articles By Tye Pemberton

Market Spotlight: Opportunities Abound for Speech in Factories

While the trend of U.S. manufacturing in the past half-century has not been encouraging, the sector is now experiencing a bump. This signals an opportunity for vendors supplying speech technology to the manufacturing industry.
Posted 24 Apr 2017 - Summer 2017 Issue - by Tye Pemberton

LumenVox Releases Version 15.1

LumenVox adds German, additional enhancements with Version 15.1 of its speech engine.
Posted 03 Feb 2017 - - by Tye Pemberton

MindMeld Launches Deep-Domain Conversational AI

MindMeld's Conversational AI platform simplifies onboarding and integration to other applications, like Siri and Cortana.
Posted 18 Nov 2016 - - by Tye Pemberton

The Internet of Things: A New Evolution for Speech Technology

The onslaught of connected devices will shape the next frontier in customer engagement
Posted 10 Nov 2016 - Winter 2016 Issue - by Tye Pemberton

DialogTech Launches Conversation Insight 2.0, Powered by Nuance Transcription Engine

DialogTech's newest version of Conversation Insight offers increased speed and accuracy.
Posted 21 Sep 2016 - - by Tye Pemberton

Nexmo Launches Voice API with Vonage

Nexmo's next-generation Voice APIs will help developers add TTS, call control, conferencing, call recording, and more, to their communications apps.
Posted 14 Sep 2016 - - by Tye Pemberton

TouchCommerce Partners with Nuance for TouchAssist

TouchAssist blends TouchCommerce's chat and virtual assistant technology with Nuance's Nina and natural language understanding technology.
Posted 20 Jul 2016 - - by Tye Pemberton

CallMiner Releases New Eureka Analytics Engine

The latest version of CallMiner Eureka offers improved speech recognition and reporting.
Posted 30 Jun 2016 - - by Tye Pemberton

Can Visual IVRs Shift Popular Opinion in Speech Tech’s Favor?

Adding a visual component can keep end users happy, but the type of solution a company chooses will depend on its size and needs
Posted 14 Jun 2016 - Summer 2016 Issue - by Tye Pemberton

KnuEdge Launches with Voice Authentication Software

Startup KnuEdge has come out of stealth mode with a military-grade commercial voice authentication software called KnuVerse.
Posted 06 Jun 2016 - - by Tye Pemberton

Nuance Launches the Nuance Transcription Engine

Nuance Transcription Engine is capable of translating a minute of audio into text in six seconds.
Posted 09 May 2016 - - by Tye Pemberton

SYSTRAN Releases SYSTRAN.io Translation APIs

The SYSTRAN.io APIs enable companies to conduct translations among more than 100 language pairs.
Posted 22 Apr 2016 - - by Tye Pemberton

Ubiquitous Voice Society Expands into Nine New Chapters Worldwide

The UVS opens four additional chapters in the United States, one in Canada, two in Europe, and one in northern Africa.
Posted 15 Apr 2016 - - by Tye Pemberton

Api.ai Partners with Slack to Add Natural Language Understanding to Chatbots

Api.ai for Slack lets developers create conversational chat bots that can understand user intent.
Posted 21 Mar 2016 - - by Tye Pemberton

IBM Makes Watson TTS More Expressive

IBM makes its Watson Text to Speech API more human-sounding by drawing on more than 40 hours of speech to tag utterances.
Posted 29 Feb 2016 - - by Tye Pemberton

Nuance Releases Dragon Medical One Dictation Platform

The new cloud-based solution brings greater access and beefed-up analytics.
Posted 18 Feb 2016 - - by Tye Pemberton